2010 Draft Prospect: Joe Haden

With many Mock Drafts predicting the Browns selecting Joe Haden, I wanted to show everyone what the possible newest Brown has done at Florida. Haden stands at 5’10” and 202 ILBS. Haden had 39 starts in his career for the Gators with 152 solo tackles, 60 assisted tackles, 8 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles and 1.5 sacks. Joe Haden came to the University of Florida as the third rated athlete overall by Rivals. He played quarterback in Ft. Washington, Maryland and also saw time at safety and wide receiver. He graduated high school early and enrolled at Florida in January of 2007.

In 2007 Haden became the first true freshman to ever start at cornerback on opening day for the Florida. That year he made 12 starts, Had 63 tackles, broke up 12 passes, and had one interception against LSU. His sophomore year Haden didn’t disappoint anybody and played a huge role in there quest for a third National Championship. He started all 14 games that year collecting 87 tackles, broke up another 12 passes, and returned three interceptions for 136 yards.

In the BCS title game he led the defense with 10 tackles and two passes knocked down. In 2009 he made all 14 starts and again is among team leaders in defensive categories. He made 62 stops, knock down nine passes, three sacks, two forced fumbles, and his four interceptions lead the Gator’s defense.

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One Response to “2010 Draft Prospect: Joe Haden”

  1. Denolakes says:

    Everything I had read about Haden was positive. It is a definite position of need for this team. For me, should this happen, I would be happy. Cleveland has historically had some pretty decent DBs, a la Dixon, Minnefield, Turner, Rogers, Darden, Scott, and I’m sure some others that I’ve missed, esp. from the 50’s Browns. But, safety is a huge whole on this defense, too — and Pool is not physically dependable enough to be reliably counted on. If Taylor Mays is available later down and a trade possible, giving up, say a Corey Williams and our second round pick for a late first round pick, just for size, should it be seriously considered? (This scenario has absolutely no legs whatsoever; I just made it up for the sake of discussion)

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